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Brad Hibbs Wyman
|Born||May 13, 1963|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Brad Hibbs Wyman (born May 13, 1963) is an American film producer, best known for producing Monster (2003). His first film was White of the Eye , and later worked on Freeway , Trees Lounge , The Dark Backward , The Chase , and Barb Wire . He lives in Los Angeles, California.
He was a producer in all films unless otherwise noted.
|1987||White of the Eye|
|1989||Never on Tuesday|
|1991||The Dark Backward|
|1992||The Nutt House|
|Red Ribbon Blues|
|1997||This World, Then the Fireworks|
|Big City Blues|
|1999||Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby|
|When Autumn Leaves|
|2000||Love & Sex|
|The Kid & I|
|Price to Pay|
|2007||Normal Adolescent Behavior|
|2016||Director's Cut||Executive producer|
|1990||Men at Work||Rent-a-Cop|
|1987||Zombie High||Production supervisor|
|1988||Jack's Back||Production executive: Cinema Group|
|1998||Welcome to Hollywood||More special thanks|
|1999||Palmer's Pick-Up||Very special thanks|
|Detroit Rock City||The film-makers wish to extend their personal thanks: For their contribution to the making of this movie|
|2013||A Star for Rose||Special thanks|
|1998||Modern Vampires||Television film|
|2002||Sherlock: Case of Evil||Executive producer||Television film|
|2005||Tommy Lee Goes to College||Executive producer|
|2010||Kid Pitch||Executive producer|
|Fleischer's Universe||Executive producer|
|Look: The Series||Executive producer|
|2011||Talking Who||Executive producer|
|2010−11||Those Video Guys||Executive producer|
|2013−15||Go Curvy||Executive producer|
|1997||Desert's Edge||None||Television short|
|2015||Myrna||The producers wish to thank||Television short|
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